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Prolapse Of Vaginal Walls
Vaginal wall doesn't stretch out during sex. Lubrications do not help. Very sore after like a mild vaginal prolapse. What can I do to resolve it?
See Ob/Gyn: You should consider getting an exam by an Ob/Gyn. They can find out if you have prolapse or another problem causing your symptoms. Best wishes! ...Read more
Multifactorial: Multiple factors that can cause prolapse. Most women have one or more: number of pregnancies/ vaginal deliveries, weight of baby at birth, large tears at delivery, family history, smoking, obesity, diabetes, chronic coughing/sneezing/heavy lifting, connective tissue disorders. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Surgically: Vaginal prolapse that doesn't respond to conservative treatment can be treated surgically. The approach can be through the abdomen , through the vagina, or a combination of both. Repair can be with or without mesh products. The surgery should be tailored to your specific problem(s) depending on your symptoms and examination findings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Yes; there are many causes of vaginal prolapse, not all of which require childbirth or sexual activity. Vaginal prolapse is a type of hernia; so if you do things like heavy lifting (>40lbs) regularly, or have significant constipation, the support of the vaginal structures can be affected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer